Caramelized Maple Bacon – Addicting?
Bacon crack is awesome! Caramelized Brown sugar and maple on top of salty bacon on a crispy bottom that would be great for your next party or Holiday gathering.
I just love anything with Bacon, add a caramelized topping and yes, I’m in. Bacon Crack is addicting but not in a bad way. After all, we can control our appetites, right?
I think crack is short for crackers. You can make Chocolate “crack” , candy “crack”. There are all kinds of recipes available. This one is for all us bacon lovers! Oh Yeah baby!
Sometimes you need a new go to recipe for an appetizer and have been wanting to make some Bacon Crack. Though you could make this with crackers, I had some crescent rolls left over in the fridge and thought I should do something with those. Here is a recipe to try Crescent Dinner Rolls
Don’t you just love crescent rolls ? Because I do, I usually I make my own from scratch, but these prepackaged babies are awesome for special recipes. They make it a easy and quick recipe! This is one of them. Store bought crescent rolls save time and taste so yummy. Thanks Pillsbury!
Maple and brown sugar ready to melt right before baking
It is so easy to make Bacon Crack. Cook your pound of bacon until it is no longer pink, but not crispy. Don’t worry it will crisp up in the oven. I like to do mine in the oven or you can cook it in your favorite pan on the stove top. There is something wonderful about the smell of bacon cooking. Cut it into small pieces. Set it aside. Open your crescent rolls Take the whole package out and spread them on a cookie sheet and pinch all the seams together so you have one big sheet of crescent dough.
Drizzle half of the maple syrup over the dough. Then take 1/4 cup of brown sugar and sprinkle it evenly over the maple syrup. Add your bacon to the dough and drizzle with the other half of the of maple syrup. Sprinkle another 1/2 cup of brown sugar over the bacon. Place it in the oven at 350 degrees. Bake it for about 30 minutes until it is bubbling and the dough looks brown and done and the sugar and maple syrup looks caramelized. Allow it to cool and cut into triangles or break it apart. Serve at room temperature. And Smell… smell the goodness… smell the maple, the brown sugar. Step away so your Bacon Crack makes it to your party!
One pound of bacon
1/4 cup of maple syrup
3/4 cup of brown sugar
one package of crescent rolls
So Easy. Bacon Crack, a meal, a snack, a bring a long for an appetizer, or a side for a buffet.
Bacon Is awesome!
Now isn’t that easy and delicious!
- One pound of bacon
- 1/4 cup maple syrup
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 package crescent rolls
- Cook your bacon until it is no longer pink, but not crispy.
- Don't worry it will crisp up in the oven. Cut into small pieces. Set aside.
- Open your crescent rolls, take the whole package and spread them on a cookie sheet and pinch all the seams together so you have one big sheet of crescent dough.
- Drizzle half of the maple syrup over the dough.
- Then take 1/4 cup of brown sugar and sprinkle it evenly over the mall syrup.
- Add your bacon to the dough and drizzle with the other half of the of maple syrup.
- Sprinkle another 1/2 cup of brown sugar over the bacon.
- Place it in the preheated oven at 350 degrees.
- Bake for about 30 minutes until it is bubbling and the dough looks brown and done and the sugar and maple syrup looks caramelized.
- Allow it to cool and cut into triangles or small pieces or break apart. Serve at room temperature.
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